Super Eagles’ delegation to Saturday’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against the Taifa Stars of Tanzania will fly out of Abuja at 3pm on Thursday, the Nigeria Football Federation announced on Tuesday..
The team is expected to arrive at the Julius Nyerere International Airport, Dar es Salaam at 10pm (8pm Nigeria time) of the same day.
Nigeria’s delegation will be made up of 23 players, technical officials, a number of members of NFF Executive Committee and Management, NFF staff, some representatives of the media, football stakeholders and members of the Nigeria Football Supporters Club.
Both countries have not met at senior level since December 1980.
The Super Eagles won their opening AFCON qualifier against Chad, while Tanzania lost to Egypt.